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Ocean Park Animal Ambassadors Celebrate Halloween Fest in their Own Cute Ways!

2014-10-28

Ocean Park Hong Kong presents Halloween Fest again this year to give guests the opportunity to party all-day-and-night! Halloween isn’t just spooky, it could also be fun and cute, and the Park’s animal ambassadors have shown this by joining in this year’s celebration in their own cute ways! The first-ever Hong Kong-born arctic fox pups, now 5-months old, curiously peeked into their first-ever pumpkin friend from all directions, and jumped onto the pumpkin to find out what it was made from, as they celebrate their first Halloween at the Park. At the Pacific Pier, an adorable sea lion sticks out its tongue after having a lot of fun with the spooky-face enrichments, while another is waiting patiently for other seals to share the fun. At the Amazing Asian Animals, the Asian small-clawed otter stretches out both arms and gives the smiling pumpkin a warm embrace, while the giant panda, Ying Ying, and red panda, Tai Shan, have fun with the pumpkin carvings at the Giant Panda Adventure.

This year’s Halloween Fest runs until 31 October, and with only 2 event days left to enjoy the festive celebration, hurry along to Ocean Park to participate in Halloween Fest all-day-and-night with our adorable animal ambassadors! The Park has offered 20 additional exciting Halloween attractions and shows this year, in order to experience them all, guests can choose to purchase the Halloween Fest Premium Ticket, or use the Halloween Fest Schedule Pass, to plan their itinerary flexibly, saving a significant amount of queuing time.  Highlights of this year’s Halloween attractions include Rigor Mortis LIVE presented by Yahoo! Hong Kong, in which guests journey through the replicated eerie settings from the renowned local movie, Rigor Mortis, and Asia’s first-ever Doraemon-themed Halloween attraction, Doraemon Halloween Party, in which guests can experience a fun and fascinating adventure with Doraemon.  Not to be missed is the returning performance of Scaremonies presented by Blue Girl Beer, in which guests can catch the hottest and most twisted live talent show where famous icons of the past and present battle on stage! Throughout the Park, guests will also enjoy mingling and photo opportunities with hundreds of ghosts and ghouls as they roam the streets or perform on various stages. In true Halloween tradition, guests may visit a number of Trick-or-Treat carts to collect a sampling of goodies, sponsored by Tim Tam.

Photo 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d: The first-ever Hong Kong-born arctic fox pups, now 5-months old, curiously peeked into their first-ever pumpkin friend from all directions, and jumped onto the pumpkin to find out what it was made from, as they celebrate their first Halloween at the Park.
Photo 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d: The first-ever Hong Kong-born arctic fox pups, now 5-months old, curiously peeked into their first-ever pumpkin friend from all directions, and jumped onto the pumpkin to find out what it was made from, as they celebrate their first Halloween at the Park.
Photo 2a, 2b: At the Amazing Asian Animals, the Asian small-clawed otter stretches out both arms and gives the smiling pumpkin a warm embrace.
Photo 2a, 2b: At the Amazing Asian Animals, the Asian small-clawed otter stretches out both arms and gives the smiling pumpkin a warm embrace.
Photo 3a, 3b: At the Pacific Pier, an adorable sea lion sticks out its tongue after having a lot of fun with the spooky-face enrichments, while another is waiting patiently for other seals to share the fun.
Photo 3a, 3b: At the Pacific Pier, an adorable sea lion sticks out its tongue after having a lot of fun with the spooky-face enrichments, while another is waiting patiently for other seals to share the fun.
Photo 4a, 4b: The animal trainers specifically carved Ying Ying’s name onto a pumpkin, and also gave her a cute panda cub, carved from a small pumpkin, bringing out Ying Ying’s sense of motherhood.
Photo 4a, 4b: The animal trainers specifically carved Ying Ying’s name onto a pumpkin, and also gave her a cute panda cub, carved from a small pumpkin, bringing out Ying Ying’s sense of motherhood.
Photo 5: Red panda, Tai Shan, presses both paws onto the head of the pumpkin as it stands up-straight. Does it want to stretch, or is there something interesting in the front?
Photo 5: Red panda, Tai Shan, presses both paws onto the head of the pumpkin as it stands up-straight. Does it want to stretch, or is there something interesting in the front?